Nevertheless, the situation of Rondas Farmers has arisen outside of the communities. Just like in the case of Cajamarca, either in the small villages or other forms of social and legal, complica organization for effects to be clear estatus to them of indigenous town, in regard to have developed sufficiently to car expressions ethnic identification in such sense and not considering that the normative treatment of the rondero institute oriented towards the auxiliary application of the legislation of the communities farmers, in spite of not having the quality of such. Different it is the Native situation of Rondas and the Committees of Self-defense arisen to the interior of the Communities Native or conformed to the participation from native pertaining to different communities, spontaneous way or promoted by the State, that historical and objectively has come autoidenficando like natives, reason by which it is possible to be affirmed that such organizations of self-defense and resolution of conflicts would comprise of the indigenous towns. h) The law N 27908 Nevertheless, the normative and interpretative context before described, underwent a substantial variation with the promulgation of the new Law N 27908, Law of Rounds Farmers year 2003, essentially in terms of increase of the recognition of rights for such social organizations. This Law of Rounds Farmers was regulated the 30 of December of the 2003. Preliminarily, it is possible to be affirmed, on the one hand, that the new Law of Rounds Farmers constitutes a significant advance as far as the recognition of legal personality and rights to the ronderas organizations. On the other hand, with respect to the roll and functions of the rounds farmers in the matter of justice, it displays serious deficiencies in his internal consistency, by the existence of contradictory dispositions. there is also regulation that is being interpreted and applied to tactical missions. It is extremely probable that it debilitates the institutionalization of the rounds farmers.